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Quote# 74487

Most of the examples of circular reasoning used by evolutionists are of the fallacious begging-the-question variety—they are arbitrary. Consider the evolutionist who argues:

“The Bible cannot be correct because it says that stars were created in a single day; but we now know that it takes millions of years for stars to form.”

By assuming that stars form over millions of years, the critic has taken for granted that they were not supernaturally created. He has tacitly assumed the Bible is wrong in his attempt to argue that the Bible is wrong; he has begged the question.

Dr. Jason Lisle, answersingenesis.org 77 Comments [7/18/2010 7:16:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Tom S. Fox
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Quote# 74479

Evolution is running ramped in America. It is forcing God out of the nation as a whole. God is no longer wanted in the states and that is why we are having the troubles and problems we have. God's hand of protection is lifted off the country.

Josh3, Y! answers 60 Comments [7/18/2010 7:12:46 AM]
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Quote# 74466

[Re. the Islamic community center being built a few blocks from Ground Zero.]

Part of me wants to just throw my hands up in the air and cause everything seems so hopeless. PC running amuck will assure this mosque is built and our leaders will let it happen, regardless of how many like me and all you who have posted your disgust over such a thing, feel.

However, (and here's the best part!). No matter how things seem or how they are, there is no power on earth that can overpower our God! I keep reminding myself that God will not allow this to happen. In His perfect timing and in His perfect way, He will prevent this mosque from being built, if for no other reason, because of the *real* reason this mosque is planned to be built there.

Quick as a wink, Rapture Ready 54 Comments [7/18/2010 7:03:56 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74453

[Regarding a federal judge finding the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional:]

What a shocker!! A Massachusetts based federal judge extends a state made up right to be a federal made up right. If you go judge shopping this is what happens. Still doesn't make a same-sex marriate a real marriage. You can call a pig a duck, but it can't quack.

ModerateDem, The Boston Globe 23 Comments [7/18/2010 6:41:12 AM]
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Quote# 74492

There is a relentless war being waged against American men that literally spans the entire extent of their lives. From the womb, in which a woman's "right" to abort a male baby for being male is defended but a similar right to abort a female baby for being female is vehemently opposed, to the grave, wherein the disparate impact of old age is ignored despite women living 5.2 years longer than men on the average, men are systematically, structurally and unstintingly under assault.

Most men understand this on some level, but like the nice dependable man who can't figure out why attractive women repeatedly reject him in favor of unemployed losers with criminal records, they are incapable of doing anything about it because they simply can't believe that women truly do not think or behave like men. Because they want to believe that women are "the civilizing force," their "better halves" or "the fair sex," they are constitutionally incapable of seeing what is, from a rational male perspective, the seething cauldron of amoral solipsism behind the collective pretty face.

Vox Day, World Net Daily 77 Comments [7/17/2010 10:09:11 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74470

[Glenn] Beck likes to call out people for their lies and deception, yet he portrays himself daily as a Christian. The fact is, the beliefs of the satanic Mormon cult are totally inconsistent with Biblical Christianity. He uses the words "god" and "jesus," yet the god and jesus of the Mormon cult are NOT the God and Jesus of the Bible!

The 'god' of the Mormon cult used to be a human who rose to god-like status, just like Beck and all Mormons believe they will too after their death. The 'jesus' of the Mormon cult is the natural offspring of their 'god' Elohim who had sex with Mary, meaning their jesus is a created being and NOT a deity as the Bible teaches, and is the brother of Lucifer.

I could care less what Beck chooses to believe, but I do care that he lies to people by stating he is a Christian when a person who believes in the lies of the Mormon cult is no more a Christian than a Muslim is. Most appalling are prominent Christians who have sold out the faith to associate with Beck, more worried about what financial gain they will get from that association than helping him lead ignorant souls to hell for following his cult's beliefs.

Bill Keller, Right Wing Watch 95 Comments [7/16/2010 9:17:59 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74469

It is clear ... when Obama says "God Bless America" he is really saying "Allah Bless America"

It is shameful that this man was elected to office by this nation... what a travesty to any American that died from Islamic Terrorism.

Obama is a constitutional terrorist!

MROD, Rapture Ready 84 Comments [7/16/2010 9:17:02 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74467

[Re. the Islamic community center being built a few blocks from Ground Zero.]



HOW am I supposed to Feel about this (as a Christian)???
This issue has me so angry-- I don't know what to do with this anger. ...Clearly, this Ground Zero mosque is the Muslim world staking their claim on America! And no one can stop it, no one Will stop it. How can this be allowed?!?! This makes me even angrier (and I don't know that this emotion is 'righteous anger' the way it is building in me).

Is this America anymore?? ...I just returned from Disneyland with my family and I was shocked how many Muslims were there. We go every year, and I've never seen this before. Not the most Christ-like emotions-- but I Feel they cannot come here and enjoy what America has to offer while scheming to destroy us!

Truly, I do not feel I am intolerant of this religion just because it is different from mine-- but yes, I suppose I am discriminating against Islam BECAUSE this religion intends to destroy.
I do NOT want them Boasting over 9-11 with a mosque! Yet, I am resigned that we Will see that happen. Nevertheless, I don't seem able to feel anything but anger. And sadness.

A Cast Sheep, Rapture Ready 65 Comments [7/16/2010 9:15:32 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74462

A Moslem is a Moslem. Blood is thicker than water. Etc. In the end, the loyalty is always with Allah, so we can just cut the crap.

These bastards have been hitting us hard since the Lebanon barracks and we've STILL not kicked serious ass.

Next time they blow up a plane or building, we nuke Mecca. OK assholes, now you have nowhere to pray to. Next time don't f*ck with Uncle Sugar.

Wyatt's Torch, Moonbattery 64 Comments [7/16/2010 8:50:39 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74461

Muslims are generally irredeemable. Jihad is everything and an infidel is an infidel, period. England invites them in and the Brits get Londonistan in return. The U.S. gives up the Presidency to one... as a whimsical gesture of supplication, and predictably get WhiteHousistan.

Israel has always been magnanimous to the Palistinians but no good deed goes unpunished. Exceptions to Israeli magnanimity occur when the Israelis are being murdered by Hamas and Hezbolla. Then the charity is usually, not always, temporarily suspended.

Somehow however, the causal links leading to such exceptions seem to be conveniently impossible for muslims and similarly-enlightened liberals to comprehend.

Fiberal, Moonbattery 44 Comments [7/16/2010 1:22:36 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74433

[From his profile:]

Global Warmingists pretend to care about a one degree rise in temperature a hundred years after they've died, while promoting the cold-blooded mass slaughter of children in the womb, and ignoring the eternal fire of Hell that awaits those who lie and murder. What a horrific irony.


Knight, Knight's Christian Commentaries and Worldwide News 55 Comments [7/16/2010 1:20:04 AM]
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Submitted By: KittyKaboom
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Quote# 74460

[Defense of Marriage Act is ruled unconstitutional, forcing the federal government to recognize marriages performed in Massachusetts.]

Once the true meaning of marriage is destroyed, then communists and other atheistic ideologues will have removed the main building block of a civilized free society.
The state can then take the place of the natural parents and force its disgusting ideology on the children by brainwashing and violence.

Clouds, Rapture Ready 80 Comments [7/15/2010 7:59:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Tiger
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Quote# 74463

An arab friend of mine who is a internationally know expert on islam told me that bombing Mecca would be a really bad idea and would marshal the entire muslim population against anyone who did nuke it.

I just smiled and said GOOD!

Naturally he was suprised and thought I hated arabs, he's egyptian/lebanese, and thought I was going way to far.

I told him that once you thump somebody with a 2x4 hard enough they tend to not want to fight anymore and if they don't you just thump them again until they get they message.

Sometimes the cowgirl way IS best!

Michelle, Moonbattery 125 Comments [7/15/2010 1:16:59 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74445

actually, the more I think about it, the more inclined I am to want gays to marry. Why? Because, the fastest growing religion is Islam. And Islam has the Taliban. And the Taliban like Sharia Law. And Sharia Law mandates the execution of gays. And hunting down gays is tiresome work. So, if they register at Macy's Bridal Dept, and with Govt...it won't take long to track them down and execute them. Oh? We don't have Sharia Law and Taliban controlled govts in the US? No...sadly, we do not. We will, though. Maybe not in my lifetime. Maybe not in the lifetime of my children. But, it is not a question of if...it is a question of when. Let's make it easier on the taliban to find and subject them to Sharia Law. Let them register their marriages.

Thomas W Jarvis, Yahoo! News 77 Comments [7/15/2010 1:03:06 AM]
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Quote# 74425


If we stop protecting our American way of life we concede defeat to every multicultural terrorist group in this country. It is our duty to fight the good fight and expose these liberal cowards for who they are...Godless nutjobs who hate the United States of America...



USAPatriot, http://star-telegram.com 64 Comments [7/14/2010 11:35:28 AM]
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Submitted By: Mathew
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Quote# 74421

(In response to Chibimizu: There's nothing wrong with homosexuals. They're people too.
You're the one being arrogant.)

Yes, there IS a problem with being homosexual! It's weird, disgusting, and stupid! Guys talking like girls?! I mean WTF! And HOW am I being arrogant? Exactly! You can't tell me, because I am not being arrogant in the first place! I didn't ask you for your opinion, stupid, so don't interfere with me anymore!

Moristhesafetycat, Deviantart 74 Comments [7/14/2010 11:35:11 AM]
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Submitted By: Stormwarden
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Quote# 74451

And what is that difference? Interestingly I'm actually discussing rape with another new poster as well. . . since the difference between rape and domination is 'consent', what gives consent? Attraction, just with animals and their mating rituals of sexual display - if you are attractive, good sperm, then it's not rape.

e_i-2, love-shy.com 183 Comments [7/13/2010 6:36:27 PM]
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Submitted By: Letipex
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Quote# 74413

Pffft! Don't these people read the Scriptures?? There's nothing new under the sun! The people of Sodom and Gomorrah were vile and violent. Despite these little acts of being meek, entertaining and "cute" promoted by the media, sodomites are not your buddies and would slit one's throat if it gave them pleasure.

WKUHilltopper , Rapture Forums 61 Comments [7/13/2010 6:32:21 PM]
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Quote# 74438

The garden of eden shames eve for listening to the satanic serpent, and shames adam for listening to his wife rather than taking his correct position as the head of the relationship.

I think it has a parallel with modern society, women listen to the femistate trouble makers, men then listen to the women because they want pussy.. Men would otherwise refuse to take the femistate trouble makers seriously, so women are the tool of the femistate to get men to comply..

Biblical stories seem to be about showing folk what is right and wrong, and consequences of actions..

Since civilisation was built on the back of such, it cant be a bad thing surely?

Statism has become the new religion, and law has become the new bible..

But is it better than its predecessor?

haahoo, antimisandry.com 59 Comments [7/13/2010 7:22:56 AM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 74429

Our country was founded -this is just an historic fact; some people today may resist this notion but it is absolutely true- it was founded by people of faith. It was founded on principles of faith. The whole idea of equality of men and women [and] of the races all springs from the notion that we're all children of a just God...

People who reject the idea of a God -who think that we're just accidental protoplasm- have always been with us. What bothers me is the implications -which not all such folks have thought through- because really, if we are just accidental, if this life is all there is, if there is no eternal standard of right and wrong, then all that matters is power.

And atheism leads to brutality. All the horrific crimes of the last century were committed by atheists -Stalin and Hitler and Mao and so forth- because it flows very naturally from an idea that there is no judgment and there is nothing other than the brief time we spend on this Earth.

Mitch Daniels, wane.com 64 Comments [7/13/2010 7:22:05 AM]
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Submitted By: emau99
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Quote# 74422

(In response to Chibimizu: I am Catholic. :/ I believe gay love is also love.

And HAH. There is no way that God doesn't loves homosexuals as much as he loves you and me.

You see, true believers of God know that he loves all of his children. You all need to understand that.

You're all giving us religious folks a bad name. >:I I don't want all Christians and Catholics or religious people to be seen as gay bashers.

That isn't right.)

Do you think I am being arrogant just because I think my opinion only matters? Well, when I've been through all the crap I have with homos, my opinion is to be totally correct! I have had enough of these homosexuals, even the fact that they post things against me inside of my own journal, LIKE YOU, I won't EVER change my mind! NEVER! I'll stand up for my right to hate homosexuality, and all involved with it!

Moristhesafetycat, Deviantart 56 Comments [7/13/2010 7:21:10 AM]
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Submitted By: Stormwarden
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Quote# 74387

HARDLINE Iranian style police have ordered a ban on the mullet haircut.

The chop has come in a government crackdown on "decadent Western cuts".

The mullet - short at the front and long at the back - has been outlawed along with ponytails and even some variations of the common spike.

But a new catalogue of approved styles has given the go-ahead to the Elvis-style quiff.

Jaleh Khodaya, who organised a government-approved hairdressing show in Tehran, said: "The proposed styles are inspired by Iranians' complexion, culture and religion, and Islamic law."

Cops regularly arrest men with elaborate hair cuts or the wrong kind of trousers on.

They can be hauled off to a police station where their locks will be quickly shorn into an acceptable shape.

Serial hair offenders risk stiff fines, while barber shops catering to Western fashions are shut.

Dictating public behaviour and enforcing a strict dress code - especially for women - have long been a part of Iranian policy.

Earlier this year, a cleric said women who wear revealing clothes cause natural disasters.

Keeping dogs for pets has also been slammed. One ayatollah said: "There are people in the West who love their dogs more than their wives and children."

Iranian government, Daily Record 109 Comments [7/12/2010 4:11:21 AM]
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Quote# 74403

[Regarding the vandalism of an athiest billboard in Charlotte, NC]

While vandalism should not be condoned, these recent events shed light on what some Americans will do when they feel that their freedom of speech is threatened. An atheist spokesman in North Carolina said their message is needed to "let people know we exist and that there's a community here."

Yet he failed to mention the concerted effort of atheist groups to stop religious Americans from freely exercising their religion. Not content with having the freedom themselves to worship or not as they see fit, militant atheists increasingly seek to shackle the beliefs of their fellow citizens through their own distorted interpretation of "separation of church and state."

It is perhaps not surprising that some of those fellow citizens object.

Christine Dao, Institute for Creation Research 76 Comments [7/10/2010 9:15:51 PM]
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Submitted By: emau99
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Quote# 74398

Claiming that Transwomen only want seductive feminine power:

We often hear about men going women more than the other way round, and generally, there's a phantasm about the sexual power of feminine curves that expresses itself. In general, trannies really seem to dress up in a way as to exhibit their rearranged plastic. They don't seem to aim for a true casual style of dressing. That's, at least, from the impression I get for everything I've seen and heard about them. There is not even a form of discretion. It has to show off, somehow.
......

How is that an improvement of our societies, I really can't tell. Sometimes it's borderline madness.
I'll notice that this transsexual culture/debate/phenomenon has never appeared as strong as when feminism was really shoved down the throats of all women and men.

Mr. Oragahn, StarFleetJedi.Net 129 Comments [7/10/2010 9:14:32 PM]
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Quote# 74400

This raises the question, then, as to whether sodomy laws should be, or legitimately have been, repealed just because they are rarely enforced.

The answer to this is a clear and unequivocal "No."

Think for a moment of the current social controversies that could potentially be avoided if homosexual conduct was still against the law.

Gays in the military: problem solved. We shouldn't make a place for habitual felons in the armed forces. End of discussion, end of controversy. If someone objects, ask them which other felonies the military ought to overlook in screening recruits.

Gay marriage: problem solved. We should never legalize unions between any two people when the union is forged specifically to engage in felony behavior. Would we sanction, for instance, the formation of a corporation whose stated purpose was to import illegal drugs?

Gay indoctrination in the schools: problem solved. We don't want to raise a generation of schoolchildren to believe that felony behavior is perfectly appropriate. That's why we spend so much money warning students about the danger of drugs.

Hate crimes laws: problem solved. We wouldn't throw a pastor in jail for saying that illegal behavior is not only illegal but also immoral. For instance, he's free to say that murder is not only contrary to man's law but also to God's law. End of the threat to freedom of religion and speech.

Special rights for homosexuals in the workplace: problem solved. No employer should be forced to hire admitted felons to work for him. End of the threat to freedom of religion and freedom of association in the marketplace.

This list could actually be extended, but you get the point. Laws not only curb dangerous and risky behavior, they keep such behavior from being normalized, sanctioned and endorsed by the rest of society, and as such render an enormous benefit to a healthy culture.

The promos for the old movie "American Graffiti" asked the question, "Where were you in '62?" If the same question were asked about the United States, we'd have to answer: in a much better, saner and healthier place when it comes to criminal sexual conduct.


Bryan Fischer, American Family Association 97 Comments [7/10/2010 11:08:22 AM]
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